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The Website of St Clement's Church, Jersey (Channel Islands)


Pam Turner, our Lent lunch co-ordinator, is retiring after many years and we need to dicuss how to organise Lent lunches in the future. Please give this some thought and come with any ideas to a short congregational meeting to be held in the church after the Morning Worship Service on the 29th November.


Pam Turner will be ordering stamps from the Leprosy Mission for our Christmas mail. The Post Office are reducing the cost of postage to 42p for local and 52p for UK and other Channel Islands letter size cards from 27th November until the 11th December Please see Pam as soon as possible or telephone 732710 to place your order. 
Please rememnber also that Used stamps are always gratefully received by Pam Turner (732710) for the Leprosy Mission.
Children and Adults welcome. Our new musical director, Graham Caldbeck, is recruiting and training a choir. It will have a practice usually on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month at 9.30am. Children will spend part of the service in Sunday School and then return to sing. Children only will receive £1 for practice and £1 if they stay on for Sunday School and Singing.
Unless otherwise indicated in the Church Diary, all choir rehearsals before Holy Communion services at St Clement are from 9.30 to 10.10am and rehearsals before Family Services are at 10.00am
Please do support the stall that Sarah runs with Evelyn each Sunday, which raises money to sponsor Susan, Isaiah and Francis with their theological training in Kenya. Donations are always welcome as we need to send another £500 in January.
Since they started making jam several years ago Pam and Jean have raised over £43,000 for church funds, which was helped by many donations of cash and sugar. Please do help them again this year by giving donations of sugar (normal granulated) or cash to Pam.
Also any small/medium carrier bags that you might be able to spare for the sale of jams. Thank you.





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